New Jersey Taxpayers Pay the Price for State Withholding Public Records

From January 2012 through March 4, 2016, the State had to reimburse over $1 million to successful plaintiffs for their legal fees in 54 cases involving requests for records.  That taxpayer-funded tab doesn’t even include defense and other costs.  -NJFOG
“New Jersey Taxpayers Pay the Price for Christie Withholding Public Records”
by Josh Cornfield
March 15, 2016
(source: The Associated Press)

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New Jersey’s public records fights prove costly
published in the Asbury Park Press
by the Associated Press
March 15, 2016


Taxpayers Foot the Bill for Christie Administration’s Withholding of Public Records
Planet Princeton
by Krystal Knapp
March 18, 2016